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Have you ever thought about the concept of earning in Islam? Or what role wealth plays in our lives and why we really need to earn money? To some people, money could be a result of the exchange of value. In other words, what you are doing is of value to someone, and that is why you are paid for it. You might get excited to know the value you are delivering to people is making their lives better; then you will be probably more motivated to enhance your get-rich potential and try to make more and more money! This would be an ideal reason for someone to earn money.

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Have you ever thought about the concept of earning in Islam? Or what role wealth plays in our lives and why we really need to earn money? To some people, money could be a result of the exchange of value. In other words, what you are doing is of value to someone, and that is why you are paid for it. You might get excited to know the value you are delivering to people is making their lives better; then you will be probably more motivated to enhance your get-rich potential and try to make more and more money!

This would be an ideal reason for someone to earn money. However, we all need money to spend for certain reasons, e. In another verse, it is mentioned as an attraction of this worldly life Islam also seriously recommends attaining the sustenance provided by God through hard work and striving.

It is stated in the Islamic narrations that Allah does not like a person who prays for income while he has quit earning and does not try for it [2]. The holy Quran also says:. Along with the importance Islam attaches to gaining wealth through hard work, it places greater emphasis on making money through lawful Halal ways. Based on this verse, consuming only what is lawful Halal and good, and abstaining from unlawful Haram things, are among the basic principles of the Islamic lifestyle.

Many Islamic narrations advise and praise the acquisition of livelihood through fair means, i. Islam actually underscores the importance of productive enterprises that can increase output and generate jobs; this is the reason why earning money through gambling is Haram in this religion. Some benefits of earning income through fair means are:.

Here are a few negative effects that await people who choose the wrong way of earning money by foul means either for their greed or deprivation:. So, we will definitely reach what is provided for us by Him if we try more patiently, and if we are content with and thankful for what we already have. Imam Sadiq AS [10]. According to what has been said in the first part of this article , the income one earns is either Halal gained through lawful ways , which can be freely spent, or Haram gained through foul means , or sometimes of doubtful origins mixed up of both Haram and Halal , which must be seriously avoided.

Translated as usury, Riba refers to unfair, exploitative interests made in business. The unjust interest gained from the repayment of a loan or the simultaneous exchange of unequal commodities are the two common examples of usury. When some people bribe to gain what they want easily, the others who avoid giving bribes for any reason will face many difficulties to obtain what they are entitled to. Also, the bribe receivers will not fulfill what they are required to do by law unless they are bribed.

So, if bribery spreads among people, especially government officials, in a society, it will definitely lead to an increase of corruption within the community [ii]. One of the great sins in Islam is cheating in selling things, which could be of two kinds; selling something at a higher price than its real value, especially when there is a shortage of that product in the market, and also selling short measures to consumers [iii].

The loss of public trust and financial corruption are among the most devastating results of this sin. There are also other examples for selling short measures, one of the most common of which happens in offices when employees are not conscientious enough to fulfill their job commitments and responsibilities.

So, the income they earn is Haram. Say, "In them is a great sin and [yet, some] benefit for people. Muslims believe there is no harming nor reciprocating harm in Islam. So, they seriously avoid anything that inflicts harm upon them or their fellow brothers.

The income one may earn by singing or playing a song which is typical of or suitable for frivolous gatherings, and carouses are also unlawful Haram [v]. There are numerous instances of indecency in the world we are living today, from the provocative pictures of countless celebrities anyone can find in media, on the internet, etc.

In fact, Islam has been sent to spread and complement the best of morality [4]. Therefore, the income earned through any attempt to spread any immorality or indecency in the society is certainly Haram. Islam considers magic an act of devil and a great sin which has to be avoided [vi]. What has been mentioned above are among the most common examples of unlawful income. There are other instances as well which you can ask a proficient Islamic jurist or scholar about.

This article is to give you some hints so that you become more cautious about your income in order to lead a decent and virtuous life.

They would learn that which would harm them and bring them no benefit; though they certainly knew that anyone who buys it has no share in the Hereafter. Surely, evil is that for which they sold their souls, had they known!

Therefore, it is inseparable from the financial and political organization of the society. So, Islam has built a system of economy compatible with any society [1] and practical at any given time.

The healthy economy according to Islam is the one which is vibrant and growing, advantageous for all kinds of people in the society, and free from favoritism and injustice. This is an economy in which a fair amount of income is earned through a sufficient amount of work which is beneficial both for the individuals and the society. Therefore, a Halal source of income -that is the money earned through acceptable ways in Islam- in Islamic society is earned through a job, which is compatible with public interests based on the sharia of Islam.

On the contrary, the income earned by any demand regardless of its nature or its effect upon the society is not considered Halal according to Islam. In other words, the demands must be for the benefit of humankind -not just materialistically but also spiritually- to result in a healthy and desirable income [2].

Despite many misunderstandings, Islam never condemns being wealthy or having a prosperous way of living[i]. Contrarily, producing wealth in lawful ways, legal trading, and spending money for personal matters without extravagance and prodigality -which is strictly forbidden in Islam- have been highly recommended [1]. However, it condemns putting financial needs and concerns above other things, living for the sake of gathering money and piling it up, not earning money to have a better life, which is apparently not achieved just by money.

On the other hand, if money becomes a means for work, activity, and productivity, then it will result in a more satisfactory and peaceful life [2]. To conclude, the practical religion of Islam is in favor of a lively economy in which welfare is not restricted to a particular group in society, a typical feature of capitalistic societies. It is a system which is continually developing, and each individual has an opportunity to put his or her talents into practice. In other words, social justice is the crucial factor of the Islamic financial organization.

Also, he was severely criticized by the upper-class groups in society for his careful observance of neglected people and his similar behavior with all kinds of people from any economic background.

Morteza Motahhari. Tehran: Sadra Publication. The debates and discussions regarding the relationship between ethics and economy in Islam are one of the most controversial and never-ending ones in the history of economy.

Many of the modern economists believe that economic issues, just like other materialistic ones, are only governed by specific natural and scientific rules that can be examined through empirical evaluations [1]. Accordingly, since ethical and moral matters cannot be understood through scientific ways of assessment and are not empirical, then they cannot be in any way related to the science of economy and business. While it is true that both the economy and natural sciences are based on the principle of causality, the nature of this relationship entirely differs in each one of them.

In other words, in economic issues, this law of causality appears in an indeterministic way, since human beings are born naturally to be independent and free to choose. So, here comes the issue of ethics through which human values would be defined, and their choice would be directed. Moreover, the other reason that some economists believe in the separation of economy and ethics roots back in their worldview, that is their view of human being and his relationship with the world and his Creator.

This opinion is mainly based on the humanistic and philosophical principles of capitalistic societies such as Deism, Humanism, Individualism, and Utilitarianism, all of which exclude God and spiritual matters and regard human beings and his desires as the sole purpose of life. On the other hand, according to the Islamic worldview, God is the center and pivot of the universe in which human beings are His successors [3].

Consequently, the whole nature with all its resources is given to humankind as a kind of loan which he can only use for a specific period. As a result, he is bound to execute financial affairs concerning ethical and moral principles. According to the Holy Quran, a person who observes moral and ethical principles in his financial affairs would develop some characteristics in his life regarding materialistic issues, such as.

Ethical issues, specifically of Islamic kind, should be salient in all aspects of the economy -e. Tafazzoli, Freydoon. Tehran, Nei Publication, , p. Iravani, Javad. Majaleye Takhasosie Elahiat va Hughugh Theology and law specialist magazine. P Skip to main content. Search form Search this site. Author: salamislam. Views: Publish Date:. Average: 5 1 vote. Why Should We Make Money? How Should We Earn Money?

They will become hard-hearted and cruel [9]. Consumption of Haram will have negative effects on their offspring and descendants [9]. Views: 2, Gambling Based on the verse above, the money one earns through gambling is Haram , too[iv]. References: [1] S. Practical Islamic Economy. Author: Salam Islam. Views: 1, What Are the Characteristics of Islamic Economy? Notes: [i]. References: [1].

Sheykh Al-Saduq. Savab al-Aamal va Iqab al-Aamal. Lawful Halal Earning Picture.

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